see url Continuing the ”Creeks and Rivers of Silicon Valley” year long quest.
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necesito comprar viagra en copiapo We come to the final painting in the year long quest. Since the very beginning, I have had various ideas on what to paint as the last one, but just a couple weeks ago came up with the “trio”, viagra and cialis in pakistan Morning…Afternoon…and Evening. We had an almost full moon rising around dusk today, so what better way to end this quest with a view of Silicon Valley with a full moon rising over the eastern foothills. I am not as familiar with the western foothills of Santa Clara County where I wanted to paint this, so took me quite a bit of time on Google Earth, and just driving around, to find this scene. I also wanted it to be by a creek I had not painted yet.
ropinerole no prescription I settled on a view from Peacock Court in the foothills above Cupertino. In the distant valley you can see downtown San Jose. The creek is enter Swiss Creek and is a tributary of Stevens Creek, which I have painted several times in this quest. We were above Permanente Quarry and I could hear the equipment in the distance below. As soon as I turned onto Peacock Court, guess what I saw….a peacock!
source url The rising moon was spectacular. In the pictures, it almost looks like a rising sun. I stayed until it was too dark to paint, and touched the painting up in the studio.
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viagra compared to levitra This ends the year long quest, but there is much more coming up! Just the painting part is over!
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